Generic name: CARBACHOL 0.1mg in 1mL
Dosage form: intraocular solution
Medically reviewed by Drugs.com. Last updated on Dec 10, 2019.
Aseptically remove the sterile vial from the blister package by peeling the backing paper and dropping the vial onto a sterile tray. Withdraw the contents into a dry sterile syringe, and replace the needle with an atraumatic cannula prior to intraocular instillation. No more than one-half milliliter should be gently instilled into the anterior chamber for the production of satisfactory miosis. It may be instilled before or after securing sutures. Miosis is usually maximal within two to five minutes after application.
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- Drug class: ophthalmic glaucoma agents
Other brands: Isopto Carbachol